Monday, September 15, 2014

Elements of Genealogical Analysis by Robert Charles Anderson

The following is from the New England Historic Genealogical Society.

The Bookstore at NEHGS is happy to announce the release of Elements of Genealogical Analysis, the latest book by renowned author Robert Charles Anderson. 
Analyze records and make sound genealogical conclusions using the same method applied by Robert Charles Anderson for the Great Migration Study Project!

This handbook presents a step-by-step process for solving genealogical problems--a methodology thirty years in the making. Developed by Anderson and perfected through his work on the Great Migration Study Project, this systematic approach considers each source, each record, and each possible linkage before making a genealogical conclusion. Clearly defined tools, checklists, and logically ordered steps throughout the book help make this method both accessible and effective.

To get your 20% off, enter the coupon code RCA14 into the coupon field in our online store or mention it when calling in an order at 1-888-296-3447. Prices are good through 9/24/14, while supplies last. Discount cannot be combined with other discounts, including the NEHGS member discount. Prices do not include shipping. 

About the Author
Robert Charles Anderson is the director of the Great Migration Study Project.He was educated as a biochemist and served in the United States Army in electronics intelligence. In 1972 he discovered his early New England ancestry and there­after devoted his time and energies to genealogical research. In 1983 he received a master's degree in colonial American history from UMass Amherst and was elected a Fellow of the American Society of Genealogists in 1978He became a Contributing Edi­tor of The American Genealogist in 1979, Associate Editor in 1985, and Coeditor in 1993.He has been an editorial consultant to the Register since 1989.

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